Robbery Cases

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What is the definition of Robbery?
Where the defendant steals, and immediately before or at the time of doing so, and in order to steal, uses force or seeks to put anyone in fear of force being then and there used.
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Which case says force must be used in order to steal?
Dawson
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Which case says a mere nudge is force?
Dawson
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Which case says you only have to put someone in fear of force?
B&R
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Which case says the appropriation can be a continuing act?
Hale
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Which case confirmed Hale?
Lockley
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Which case says force can be used on anyone not just the owner of the property?
Smith v Desmond Hall
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Which case says force can be used on property if indirectly applied to a person?
Clouden
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Which case says you don't have to get away with the property?
Corocoran
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Which case says force can be used on property if indirectly applied to a person?
Clouden
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Which case says you don't have to get away with the property?
Corocoran
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Which case says force must be used in order to steal?

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Dawson

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Which case says a mere nudge is force?

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Which case says you only have to put someone in fear of force?

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Which case says the appropriation can be a continuing act?

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